Mark Regnerus, who is now infamous in American political circles for his flawed, widely repudiated, far-right-concocted "study" that was designed to slight same-sex parents in order to influence the 2012 elections and the Supreme Court, seems to have international aspirations.
Mark Regnerus came out with a new "study" trying to "prove" that pro-LGBT Christians will lead to an immoral, sexually unrestrained world. Like his first study, Regnerus' new study is clearly motivated by politics as opposed to sophisticated scholarship and contains weak arguments.
Mark Regnerus has the gall to go after a new Australian study that suggests kids of same-sex parents are doing quite well.
Today, a judge struck down Michigan's ban on marriage equality, which is a victory in itself. But Judge Bernard A. Friedman also completely ripped apart the testimony of one "expert" witness, Mark Regnerus. Regnerus' thoroughly flawed and discredited "parenting study" has not been able to pass courtroom muster.
Michigan: Judge denies testimony from 'unqualified' anti-LGBT activists, Regnerus still good to testify
As Michigan's marriage equality ban continues in trial, we've seen anti-LGBT activists come out in full force.
Testimony against marriage equality in Michigan includes "scholars" whose biases carry more weight than their research
New evidence shows that Mark Regnerus was given media training that specifically outlined how he was to discuss his biased, Witherspoon Institute-funded study to distract from the obvious anti-LGBT bias.
Recently obtained documents reveal that anti-gay activists had big plans for the so-called "study" that claimed that kids of gay couples fare worse than their peers; they were going to try to use it to sway the Supreme Court.
A member of the Editorial Board of the journal Social Science Research has slammed a paper that was published in that journal, which garnered some national attention by misleading many to conclude that children of gay and lesbian parents fare worse than children of straight parents.